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What are the better options for failed candidates in IAS final attempt?


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RE: What are the better options for failed candidates in IAS final attempt?

Divya Dutta
Divya Dutta
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Dear Aspirant,

You might have heard that age-old proverb – knowledge never goes waste; the Civil Services exam is designed as such that whoever has prepared for this exam, has got immense knowledge and the as an aspirant for UPSC-IAS, one become well versed in many subjects and skills. The CSE requires you to study from various subjects. You become aware of the current happening world over, you get to know the market trends as a study field under economy, you learn the technology that changed the world from within and what not. Your personality changes and develops which makes you enable become an entrepreneur in literally every field. In short, the knowledge you acquire will never let you fail and you must not feel like failed, because, everything is possible. Now let's discuss what will be the ways, any IAS aspirant could follow to become successful in career path.

Career on the basis of Academic Degree:

This can be the first and foremost alternative career path for any IAS aspirant. Just try to get into the field what your academic degree meant for. You might be having Engineering/Medical Sciences/Science Degree/Humanities etc. You will obviously get an opportunity. If any difficulties are there getting you a right job in your field of education then you can take help career guidance platform like CareerGuide where the Career Experts will be guiding you to make sure getting you a job.

Other exams held by State/Central Governments:

If you are exhausted with all your attempts for Civil Services Exam then explore other exams held by State and Central Governments for various departmental levels. Many state services exams let you appear in the exam for a longer period as their upper age limit are always high, say up to 40 to 42 years maximum. So, you can appear for this exam on the basis of a study, you have been for last many years in UPSC field.

Banking Exams:

Banking and financial industry have many career opportunities for aspirant talent. Like IBPS and other authorities of its kind conduct every year, competitive exams to recruit officer and clerical posts at the various levels of banking Industry. The IBPS lets you become Probationary Officers (PO) which after some period of probation assimilates you at management level. Various clerical posts are filled through IBPS exam. The IBPS essentially recruits personnel for nationalized banks so this will be one more appropriate right option for you. Other Private Banks also conducts their own exam to fulfill the personnel requirements.

Teaching Field:

This, I think one of the obvious options for any IAS aspirant that it is indeed easy to teach become a tutor for various Schools/Colleges/Coaching Academies. You can teach for subjects which you have studied for IAS preparation. Many IAS aspirants have stepped into this field. You can do too.

Entrepreneurship:

Do you have guts? Are you a type of persons, who enjoys challenges and risks? If you are going to say YES, then you are with umpteen numbers of possibilities. Now don’t let any stone unturned and get into this field with full of vigor. Initially, you may feel dull but as you proceed ahead, you will find the way you are searching for There number of choices to make from like you can open Coaching Academy, start a business on a small scale initially. Many have done this successfully. Not to wonder but most of the IAS coaching academies have been started by IAS aspirants who at some point of time, didn’t get through this Civil Services Exam but now they are making many IAS from their academies.

Dear aspirant, you can do a lot, the only is required is that never ever lose your confidence. You indeed have many opportunities, just try to explore and you will find many definitely. I would suggest you get in touch with our Professional Experts at CareerGuide and you will be guided to find an appropriate career suited for you. Hope this will help you!

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